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watts explains you can get compensation, too. >> thank you for calling comcast. >> reporter: she has called comcast so many times recently, she even has a name for the hold music. >> the hoity. >> reporter: her internet service went down on december 26 not the best time of year for a service problem. she couldn't even reach a service representative at comcast for four days, she said. >> the first thing you always hear is that they have a high volume of calls. >> reporter: when she finally did get someone, he was in the philippines. she says he set up a service appointment to switch out her modem the following monday but no one showed up. >> nobody came and nobody bothered to call me. >> reporter: an expensive hassle for the single mother who took the morning off work to wait. >> so here i am, no comcast. >> reporter: comcast has a customer service guarantee which promises customers a $20 credit if the serviceman is late or doesn't show but california law goes a big step further. it allows customers to collect up to $600 in damages if a repair or
: she's called comcast so many times recently, she even has a name for the hold music. >> the horsy. >> reporter: her internet service went down the day after christmas. she says she couldn't reach a service representative for four days. >> the first thing you hear is they have a high volume of calls. >> reporter: he set up a service apartment to switch out her modem the following monday, but nobody showed up. >> nobody even bothered to call me. >> reporter: an expensive hassle for the single mom who took the morning off work to wait. now comcast has a customer service guarantee which promises customers a $20 credit if a service person is late or doesn't show. california law allows customers to collect up to $600 in damages. provided the company had 25 or more employees. >> this puts the pressure on the companies to live up to their commitments. >> reporter: law professor says companies are allowed to change plans, but they're supposed to inform the customer first. >> the customer isn't available, there isn't any liability. >> reporter: but she says she's done wasting time. she'd ha
for calling comcast. >> reporter: she has called comcast so many times recently, she even has a name for the hold music. >> the hoyty. >> reporter: her internet service went down on december 26 not the best time of year for a service problem. she couldn't even reach a service representative at comcast for four days, she said. >> the first thing you always hear is that they have a high volume of calls. >> reporter: when she finally did get someone, he was in the philippines. she says he set up a service appointment to switch out her modem the following monday's but no one showed up. >> nobody came and nobody bothered to call me. >> reporter: an expensive hassle for the single mother who took the morning off work to wait. >> so here i am, no comcast. >> reporter: comcast has a customer service guarantee which promises customers a $20 credit if the serviceman is late or doesn't show but california law goes a big step further. it allows customers to collect up to $600 in damages if a repair or delivery person fails to show up within an agreed- upon f
comcast. >> she has been calling comcast so many times recently. they even have a name for the whole music. the internet service went down the day after christmas. not the best time of the year to have a service problem. now, she says she could not reach that service representative at comcast for four days. >> the first thing that you always hear is that they have a high volume of calls. >> and they finally did get a hold of someone in the philippines. that he set up the service appointment to show that there on the following monday, but no one showed up. >> nobody came, but nobody is bothered to call us yet. >> the expensive view that took the morning to wait. and now, here i am. no internet. no comcast. >> reporter: no comcast with the customer service guarantee, which promises customers the $20 credit at the service person that will be late or if they don't show. and now california law, they will go a big step further. allowing customers to collect up to $600 in damages. now, that's if the repair or the delivery person failed to show up wit
will be back for the 2013 season. what a game we have here at the comcast center. the maryland terrapins and florida state, both teams 1-0. i had a chance to talk with the maryland head coach just moments ago. >> a very young basketball team still learning each other. how far along are you? >> we have really come a long way in the last month. individually, everybody has gotten better. there were a lot of holes in our team. >> a big win over virginia tech. >> right now they are all playing well. they are playing with confidence. it took awhile, longer than i thought it would take. i just had to figure out who is playing well that night and get them in there. but there has been a lot of talk about the preseason schedule. is this the best thing you have played so far this year? >> kentucky is pretty good. this is a great game for us. they are very physical and athletic. we need this to see where we are. i think our guys will stand up to the challenge. >> they are getting ready to play florida state. how about cooperstown today? nobody got into the hall of fame. he had barry bonds roger clem
cornerback chris culliver's anti-gay comments gained national attention. comcast sportsnet's reporter has reaction from the team in new orleans this morning. >> reporter: chris culliver made national news yesterday when his comments were released yesterday as off-the-cuff comments where culliver said he would be opposed to and uncomfortable playing with a gay teammate in the nfl. last night, the 49ers released a statement. but today, we heard the 49ers talk on camera for the first time regarding culliver's sentiments. >> i do believe that there wasn't malice in his heart. he's not that kind of person. he's not an ugly person. he's not a discriminating person. that's not what he -- he may have heard talk like that and may have thought that that was what -- opinions are that he learned and repeated those. he regrets that. >> culliver is a great kid, a great guy. i love having him on our team. he's really helped our team be where we are. so i know he's just young and it's unfortunate that it came off the way that it came off. but like i said, i know that he didn't mean it in his heart. >> re
you for calling comcast. >> reporter: she has called comcast so many times recently, she even has a name for the hold music. >> the hoyty. >> reporter: her internet service went down on december 26 not the best time of year for a service problem. she couldn't even reach a service representative at comcast for four days, she said. >> the first thing you always hear is that they have a high volume of calls. >> reporter: when she finally did get someone, he was in the philippines. she says he set up a service appointment to switch out her modem the following monday but no one showed up. >> nobody came and nobody bothered to call me. >> reporter: an expensive hassle for the single mother who took the morning off work to wait. >> so here i am, no comcast. no internet. >> reporter: comcast has a customer service guarantee which promises customers a $20 credit if the serviceman is late or doesn't show but california law goes a big step further. it allows customers to collect up to $600 in damages if a repair or delivery person fails to show up withi
need to be competing with a public infrastructure with compast, comcast and at&t and you name it and i urge that we do something in the next year and do a new study around broad band and 110 years ago now. we need. >> >> update it and lay the ground for a communication system in san francisco and if you look at what happens with the public access channel it's obvious that we need it and comcast isn't going to give us the access content and opportunities for the community that we really need so please do. i know you have a long list but please add that to the list. thanks. >> thank you. anyone else? okay. seeing none public comment is closed, so what i would say -- i would direct staff to work with me and drafting a res diewgz that we would bring to the commission at our next meeting that outlines all of these issues and makes some suggestion for how to proceed with respect to them. commissioner avalos. >> yes. i would like to just kind of tap into that process as well. i mean you can take the lead but i want -- >> and in fact i'm -- i know that my staff would appreciate this. i
. >> and makes you walk around like this all day. thank you, rob. >>> comcast sports net for a look at sports. something going on in the sports world today. >> in fact, there is. and the game has been pushed back. it is that nfl playoff game going on tonight in san francisco. a 5:25 start but don't change the channel yet. we'll show you how one 49er nearly became an animal this week in preparing for the game against the packers. >>> also, an absolute doozie in the afc side of the playoffs. the game still under way, but it will be the final one for peyton manning or the last one for ray lewis ever? sports is next. >>> well, this weekend is widely known to nfl fans as the best two football days of the calendar year. eight teams enter today hoping to continue their seasons with only four headed to their respective conference title games next weekend. this game still going on in the mile high city, baltimore and denver tied at 35-35. ravens scored a touchdown within the final minute to send it to extra football. right now if the next score wins, we'll let you know if that happens by the final of
, very nice. thank you, rob. let's check in with henry wofford of comcast sports net. a little basketball and football action going on? >> how about a little basketball and a whole lot of football. super bowl talk. we're just over a week away. we'll tell you how the 49ers plan to take their place in history. plus, the warriors were in milwaukee after dropping a game in chicago last night. we'll tell you if golden state was able to buck the losing trend. that's next in sports. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. when the 49ers beat the chargers in super bowl xxx, no one thought the niners would have to wait 18 years before they returned to the super bowl. super bowl xlvii is just over a week away. the current 49ers are hoping this is the beginning of a new dynasty. >> majority of the time when you hear people talk about san francisco, only thing that comes to mind is ronnie lott, rice, joe montana. now we're trying to make you talk about patrick willis, smith, colin kaepernick, alex smith. we don't want to keep talking about them. they was the team back in the day but we're trying to be that
owns nbc? comcast. i have comcast cable, it's one of the worst cable systems in the country. if people stopped subscribe dog comcast, they might get the mention. you mentioned the worst example on hbo, owned by time warner, which is bill maher, on 24 times a week, doing what he does. you know what? if a half million --ion people told time warner that they would drop it unless they put dennis miller -- it's not free speech -- >> can i stop you for a second. >> democrats fight. you don't fight. >> i agree with mitt romney -- about mitt romney and the third debate. i thought it was terrible. i was writing people, saying, what is he doing you? are right about that. i don't agree with boycott it's. >> i didn't call it a boycott -- >> call it what you want -- figet rid -- >> you don't have to subscribe -- >> you have to could, the voices that will be silenced first and quickest and more often are conservative voices -- [overlapping dialogue] >> they do that to fox. they do it -- >> you lose -- >> i'm against boycotts. i believe in free speech. >> not a boycott. >> let me back pat up here in
from palo alto high school. >>> talk about a comeback victory today for the red and gold. comcast sportsnet joins us now with all the highlights of the incredibly stressful game. >> that was a little stressful, wasn't it, diane? the 49ers have never lost in a super bowl, 5-0. now they will get a chance to put that perfect record on the line, 4ers coming back from a 17-point deficit to punch their ticket to super bowl xlvii. colin kaepernick leading the 49ers but it was matt ryan who stole the show early. it was all atlanta. second quarter will start. 10-0 atlanta already making 17-0 after this. ryan to julio jones, 20-yard score. got both of his feet down somehow. the 49ers never quit. fourth quarter. down three but not anymore. frank gore, nine-yard touchdown, untouched. last chance for the falcons. fourth and four. knocking it away. 49ers win. they're going to the super bowl. mindy bach is in atlanta with more. >> reporter: this win is unlike any other for the 49ers this season. 17-point deficit they over came is their largest comeback by far of the year. and san francisco broke
the whole season being scrapped. comcast sportsnet's henry wofford is here with details of the deal that came just about when most of us were pouring coffee this morning, henry. >> it was very early. hockey fans, 113 days they waited. now they're finally given the news they wanted to hear. it appears the lockout is over in the league, and players association reached a tentative agreement. the deal still requires language, clarification and ratification from both sides. however, there is a chance the 2013 schedule will be announced tomorrow. most of the teens will open training camp on thursday. the new agreement is a ten-year deal with mutual opt-out clauses. for the first year of the deal, the salary cap is $60 million. but teams can spend up to $70.2 million during this transition period. by the way, the players' share of revenue will be set at 50% for the entire length of this deal. you know, there has been four labor disputes in the nhl. in 1992, the strike lasted ten days, but did not affect the schedule at all. this season's lockout, as chris mentioned, 113 days. 510 games wer
-old is in atlanta tonight preparing for tomorrow's big game against the falcons. comcast sportsnet's henry wofford joins us with what crabtree's lawyer is saying and how hard it must be for that team to concentrate on the nfc championship. >> reporter: absolutely. you know, michael crabtree is about to play in the biggest game of his career, the nfc championship game. but the 49ers' star receiver has more than football on his mind right now. he's got this big situation going on here in san francisco. he wants his name cleared of any wrongdoing. and yesterday, crabtree voluntarily met with san francisco police before he boarded a mid-afternoon flight to atlanta. police say the sexual assault allegation involves crabtree inside a san francisco hotel early sunday morning, the day after the 49ers beat the green bay packers. crabtree was not detained or arrested. this is what his lawyer had to say today. he released this statement saying, "on friday, january 18, 2013, michael crabtree voluntarily met with san francisco police department and provided a statement. michael fully cooperated with the inspec
how to fight. i listen to the whining. you know who owns nbc? comcast. i have comcast cable. it is one of the worst cable systems in the country. you know what, it is a tea party and so people stop subscribing and they might get the message. you mentioned the worst example on hbo that is owned by time warner which is bill marr on 24 times a week, doing what he does. you know what, if a half a million people in this country told time warner that they wouldn drop them unless they put dennis miller, that's not free speech. that is paid speech. democrats fight. you don't fight. >> i agree about mitt romney and the third debate. i thought it was terrible. i was writing people at the time of that debate saying what is he doing? you are right about that. i don't y agree with boycotts, and i will tell you why. >> i didn't call it a boycott. it is paid speech. you don't have to subscribe, o direct tv. >> the voices will be silenced first and quickest and more often are conservative voices. >> you do that anyway. they do that to fox and they do it to everyone else. you lose when you don't fight.
the morning off to wait. so here i am, no internet. comcast california law goes a big step further. it allows customers to collect up to $600 in damage if the repair or delivery person fails to show up within an agreed upon 4-hour more window. provided the company has 25 or more employees. >> this puts the pressure on the companies to live up to their commitment. >> reporter: law professor says they are allowed to change plans, but they're supposed to reach the customer fist. >> reporter: one says she's doughnutsing time. in order to collect damages, she'd have to sue comcast in small claims court and prove how much the no-show actually cost her. she says that's simply not worth it. >>> she just wants her internet. >> nothing, no response whatsoever. >> well, we're happy to report, she has internet. comcast also gave her a credit of about $70 and an apology. remember, the you need help with a consumer problem, give us a call or head to cbs.com. >> frustrated parents storm a bay area school board meeting. how they're > >>> how dare you, my
-second tv commercials on comcast tv, featuring the mayor and director reiskin promoting new year's eve ride free. this year's promotion got a boost from our friends at phillip yips 66, who underwrote the campaign with their sponsorship we were able to acquire additional advertising in the form of multi-lingual spots and traffic reports and led signage on the approaches to the bay bridge from december 26th through new year's eve. a centennial video produced by sfgovtv and the agencies's marketing department will be shown to the board on its january 29th workshop. looking forward to that. the agency has also developed various promotional items to be distributed to employees this month that include commemorative pins, centennial shoulder.s and coffee mugs. lastly on december 28th, members of the mta board and director reiskin visited many operating administrative divisions to personally thank our frontline employees for their dedicated service. staff really appreciated hearing from you and a special thanks to director lee's wife for the fabulous cupcakes. a short update on the court of
is building. the giants are almost here. everyone is ready for their arrival. the comcast crew is ready, and they've got two large sports cameras to capture all of the action. the commentators are here. they're excited. they want to comment. we're excited. the fans are excited. should be about 15 minutes or so till we see the giants. hey, guys. [cheering and applauding] look at this amazing display. this looks incredible. and right in front of me is the press riser. and here's from all over the world. there are two press risers and they were built especially for this event. and as you can see, there are so many cameras here. they're from all over the world to shoot all of the action of today's event. civic center is full of giants fans. just look at this crowd. it's unbelievable. [cheering and applauding] >> in addition to all the cameras up on the risers, there's plenty of radio coverage, too. right behind me is knbr and the sports commentators are here talking about all the excitement, the world series and the giants' big win. in addition to the two risers for the press, there's actua
after a warden sholt and killed two mountain lion cubs. >> let's turn thingings observe to comcast sports net news room. >> super bowl is getting here. i'm afraid here. sfi hall playing smoiler to the 49ers soup ere bowl. >>> but, first, we're just nine days away from super bowl 47 in new orleanss. coming up, we're taking final prep raxs. >>> yeah, momentum is building. we're just nine days away from the game everyone is talking about. it's the ravens and the 49ers. the trophy is ochb the line. down in santa rera, next up, a trip to the big easy. where a media sur cut meets it ochb sfrid. >> i want them to enjoy it. i want them to enjoy every min ult. especially, enjoy the competition. that's the most exciting thirng to play for. that ball getting kicked off and working together, fighting together, playing together for a chance to win a championship. >> i want the get a chance to come to the super bowl. >> now, those of you blaming the camp out at the civic krenter might want to find an alternative. >> mayor ed lead said i don't think we're going sto control the new where you know.
now we are going to check in with brody brazil of comcast sports net. a little football action going on today. >> yeah, diane, always a great day when you get paid to watch football games. two to update you on. something had to give in denver this afternoon. would it be the end of peyton manning's season or the end of ray lewis' storied career? highlights from the mile high city are coming up next. >>> plus the 49ers kicking off their second season in a game that didn't get off to a great start for the home team. we'll let you know how they're faring up to the minute right here on nbc bay area. >>> well, this is said to be the best football weekend of the year for elimination games featuring 8 of the fop nfl teams this season. the first chapter took place today in the mile high city where the temperature was nine degrees, but the game was an absolute barn burner. it is the ravens and broncos in an afc divisional playoff matchup. straight to the second half. holiday takes the opening kickoff back all the way 104 yards and back from his own end zone. holiday's second return of the game
in atlanta and some giants news. we're rejoined next. >>> here in the comcast sportsnet news room. you can't talk about the 49ers tonight without mentioning the criminal investigation of michael crabtree for an alleged sexual assault. the headlines through the nfc championship game in atlanta on sunday. the 49ers touched down tonight in atlanta, and our cameras were there to capture this video. failing to prepare is preparing to fail, and according to the 49ers, their final preparation couldn't have gone much better. >> it was great. this week was one of the best we have had since i have been here. it was very focused. with everybody very excited and locked in. and i think that's what set us up for last week was we had a great week of practice that week, and this one, we'll be able to do what we did last week. >> continuing our coverage of one of the strangest stories in sports. notre dame linebacker manti te'o made his first comments to espn saying, quote, i wasn't faking it, i wasn't part of this. people will know there's no way i could be a part of this, end quote. >> they have reached
wofford of comcast sports net joins us now. that was quite an ending. >> reporter: very exciting for sure. the niners have a handful of super bowl championships. now they're a victory away of doing it again. going for their sixth title in two weeks when they battle in super bowl xlvii in new orleans. 49ers trailed by 17 points in the first half. second half, frank gore gets his second touchdown of the game. nine-yard run. with the game on the line, fourth and four, it's not going to happen for the dirty birds of the south. they get the loss, and san francisco wins 28-24. they head to new orleans. we have been on this story since week one. mindy bach has the latest on the niners. mindy? >> reporter: henry, this win was unlike any other for the 49ers this season. 17-point deficit they overcame, largest comeback by far of the year. they also broke a five-game losing streak on the road in the play-offs. and it all adds up to their sixth super bowl appearance in new orleans. >> feels pretty darn good. feels pretty darn good. again, thank you to our players and coaches for making this happen. >
's bring in henry wofford of comcast sportsnet for a look at sports and perhaps super bowl prehype stuff going on. >> reporter: absolutely. we can't get enough of the super bowl. you heard that old saying you can run but you can't hide. well, in the super bowl, running backs who can't run, they might want to hide when it's said and done because that will put their team in a tight situation is frank gore prepared to carry his team next sunday? hear from frank the tank next. >> reporter: welcome back to nbc bay area. when the 49ers beat the charges in super bowl xxx, no one thought the niners would have to wait 18 years receiver they returned to the super bowl. when players make it to the big game, they shouldn't have to be reminded to leave it all on the field. john henry smith has more on one of the toughest 49ers, frank the tank. >> reporter: frank gore was part of some lean years in san francisco, but he never lost faith in the players on the roster. >> i knew we had talent. i knew we had the guys do. it like patrick vernon, you know, justin smith, you know, crabtree. you know, the lis
and the nose conference. it is now live are 247 bay area news channel comcast 193. >> we will see if he says anything about culliver. many fans are disappointed by the commons that he made. he was asked how did he feel about the players and ask if there were any on the scene he said no. he apologized for it and will probably apologize again today. the 49ers flag proudly flies outside the high tops sports bar and the castro district. as inside say there is what led by the statements made. >> i am taken aback, what is san francisco how could you be against gay people? >> we were for the 49ers and we deserve the respect of everyone else gets. >> we will continue to follow the superbowl and the 49ers quest for the trophy there. it exit just arrived this morning. we sought under glass are arrive this morning. stick with kron4 you go to our web site facebook and twitter to keep you updated. the press coverage is going on right now so you can also watch that on our 247 news channel comcast wasn't 93. you don't have to flip over because we have been covered. after the game we have our post show that
of the players will hold a press conference at 130 today. you can catch that on our 24/7 channel, comcast channel 193. for any superbowl information check out kron 4 .com. as was our face book and twitter feeds. >> it is not just football on the bay area is buzzing about. a's fans got to meet their favorite players that fan says, before the baseball team has to arizona. >> kron fours reggie kumar tells us many still energized their team clinched the a.l. west championship last season. >> coco chrrisp and others were some of the plant on hand to greet fans. they signed baseball shirts and posters. some fans get a close-up look at the world series trophy from years past. >> a j griffins signature we watch the highlights. >> i am a big fan. we were born and raised we are all big a's fans and we just got our season tickets. >> it is a great opportunity to meet the fans. they are always so friendly. it is cool to meet them and have fun with them. >> fact at athletics representative said this year's fans says was sold out and oakland reggie kumar kron 4 news. >> parking meters in san francisco were tu
&e and comcast and caltrans, bart and other key partners such as fema and more. the objectives our life line council is to develop and improve collaboration in the city and across the region by regularly convening a group of executive officers and deputies of local and regional life line providers. understand intersystem dependencies of enhanced planning and reconstruction. sharing information about recovering plans and objectives and priorities and established ordination process for life line restoration and recovery following a major disaster. in the first nine meetings we made most progress on the third objective and sharing information about plans and priorities. in the first two years we discussed a series of operator case studies by the sfpuv on water and wastewater systems and pg&e on gas and electric systems and at&t and tell communications and learned about the city's priorities for roots and response planning for the emergency operation center and the capital program. we launched a independent study last year and making progress on the second objective to understand intersyste
whatever they want to do they have no control over comcast or pg&e. when looking at our vehicles, our cars and trucks that ply our roads, there are certain areas where we have had again and again pedestrians colliding with their vehicles and dying. some of the hotspots we have been trying to do something. but the city and county of san francisco, is known for many pedestrians dine on the street. we have not had a hearing. we have had talk. some of the supervisor said we are going to do this and that but we have not had a hearing, i really good hearing where everybody's put on notice. some advocates come from time to time. i don't have too much time to waste but i hope that in 2013 we have some goals and do the right thing. thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker place. >> good morning commissioners -- i am a district 6 resident. i love living in my district. there are so many different things going on. one thing that i would like for you to think about is bicyclists. i hate bicyclists now. they're getting out of control because the cars % i understand that certain areas where th
at aecom, comcast, kmd architects, recology. my favorite giver is anonymous. thank you, anonymous, whoever you are. now? if you have a cocktail in your hand, or you are about to find a couple, i want you to find david from the laborers. all the drinks tonight are being brought to you by laborers 261. let's give them a big round of applause. [applause] they are responsible for your hangovers. let's begin this great award. i first want to introduce cory, who is doing -- ok, we're having our first technical difficulty. i want to bring up corey marshall, who has done all the work that goes into the mfac award and the great government consulting as they pick the products to bring a lot of innovation to san francisco. cory? give cory a round of applause. [applause] >> thank you, chris. thank you so much for all of your hard work, chris. none of this could be possible without your efforts. good evening. the good government awards are incredibly important in san francisco. it's a chance for us to honor the tremendous work that happens in the city and also to honor the individuals who are responsib
be important for dementia prevention. >>> let's bring in henry from our comcast sports net newsroom. how the 49ers expect to stop aaron rodgers and the packers. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. saturday is show time for the 49ers. a win against the green bay packers would land the niners in the nfc championship game. san francisco's top priority is stopping aaron rogers. it's a very tough task. but the 49ers defense is ranked third in the league. and they're ready to rattle the reigning mvp. >> i think he's a little more comfortable in the pocket. he's had a lot more plays. and he's one of the most familiar quarterbacks in the nfl. he definitely has improved from week one. >> aaron rodgers does a great job of disguising things and looking safeties and cornerbacks off. we just have to have our discipline and try to stay on top of those guys and make it as hard as we can for him. >>> over to college football. the guys on the farm could use a couple of tight ends. zach ertz has decided to forgo his final year of eligible and declare for the draft. ertz led the team in receptions, receiving yards
, switch over to comcast sports bay area for postgame analysis. it's not bragging. no one will beat our coverage of the nfc west champions. >>> one final note, the warriors are taking on the hornets in new orleans. that game is early on and close. an update for you coming up during the 6:00 sportscast. that's it for now. as we mentioned, more niners talk coming up in about an hour. >> we can't get enough of it. thank you very much. >>> when we return, a different side of lance armstrong. >>> last night we saw part two of lance armstrong's interview with oprah winfrey. he became emotional when asked how he told his children he lied about using performance-enhancing drugs. >> i said don't defend me anymore. don' don't. >> what armstrong's admission means for his future remains to be seen. armstrong said he wants to get back into competition and deserves another shot. armstrong said he lost $75 million in endorsement money in the past year. we want to thank you for watching nbc bay area news at 5:00. "nightly news" is next. we'll be back with you at 6:00. we will see you then. have a nice
-year-old earlier this week before he headed to atlanta. comcast sportsnet's reporter can tell us more. >> reporter: michael crabtree is under investigation for sexual assault. here's the latest. yesterday crabtree voluntarily met with san francisco police before he boarded a mid-afternoon flight to atlanta. police say the sexual allegation involves crabtree inside a san francisco hotel early sunday morning, the day after the 49ers beat the green bay packers. crabtree was not detained or arrested. he's willing to meet with police if they have additional questions. and this is the statement that his attorney released earlier today. on friday january 18, 2013 michael crabtree met with police and provided a statement. mike emfully kwchael fully coop investigators. out of respect and integrity for the process, we have no further comment at this time. it will be a major topic throughout the week and i'm sure reporters will talk to him after the game regarding the game and these allegations. crabtree is expected to play against the falcons tomorrow. later in sports we'll preview the nfc cham
on the bottom left, before you just some old pictures of him and some old comcast videos and some pictures of him looking like a real tough guy up in district seven and then the one button of the sean for mayor button but those of you who you helped support during campaignings and the notion of campaigning hard but also being out in the neighborhoods was something we all learned from you and being a stateman and representing the can of san francisco with integrity we found some old pictures of you that were follow upy. keep going. but, they were you know, you have been someone who has represented not only district seven but the city and county of san francisco incredible well and now, you are going to so with senior feinstein and i think the one dmeafnts made to me before is that upyou are probably one of the most authentic people that came into one of these chambers and losing a ten to one vote didn't matter to you. having fun nonetheless here are some fun pictures of sean here in his office over the years and enjoying his time and i don't know what you said to andy ross there but to t
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